In the winter, the snowmobiling experience cannot be matched. With 805+ kilometers (500 miles) of groomed trails amid the beautiful Magpie forest. We also boast tons of well-marked local loops that provide the opportunity for each snowmobiler to stay in Dubreuilville for an extended period with something new to see and do every day.
Annually, we are one of the first municipalities to open our snowmobile trails to the public. In existence since 1969, the Alouettes Snowmobile Club of Dubreuilville works together to ensure some of the best snowmobiling in Ontario! With approximately 2000 hours of volunteer work or more every year committed to the club, people care about your experience in the region. The Alouettes are members of the Superior Snow Challenge Loop as well as the Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation (ASPA) and Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC).
Looking to enjoy the great outdoors in winter but want to go at a slightly slower pace? You can have it all in Dubreuilville! Why not go cross-country skiing! We have 7 kilometers (4.3 miles) of cross-country skiing trails to offer enthusiasts that are groomed by devoted local volunteers.
Or maybe you would like to try your hand at ice fishing on the Magpie River or one of the many lakes located in the area. Perhaps lady luck will be smiling on you when you are pulling the next big catch. Maybe you are in the mood to simply snowshoe or take a walk through the forest and spot some of our wildlife. How much you want to experience is all up to you!
Winter at its' Best!
In order to visualize what lies in the heart of the Boreal Forest, here are some important facts:
- the hub of all T.O.P. trails
- snow starts in December and ends in April
- average snowfall 12 feet (3.7 metres)
- 805+ kilometers (500 miles) groomed trails
- safe trails and wide bridges
- 14 ft. (4.3 m.) minimum trail width
- 24 hr. gas station
- ride through scenic trails, mountains, bush roads
- see moose and other wildlife on trails
- we have "warm up" shacks along the trails
- mid-way destinations within 80 kilometers (50 miles)
- ride some powder on old logging roads
- leave your sled at your Motel door (it's very safe)
- best time to ride is February and March (it is not so cold!)
- 7 kilometers (4.3 miles) of groomed cross-country ski trails
- catch walleye, northern pike and other fish species
Looking for information about trail conditions in our area or want to buy a trail permit? Please visit these links for the most recent trail conditions in the Dubreuilville area and to buy your permit online:
***When buying a trail permit please choose District 13 and our club name "Club Alouettes Dubreuilville"...please buy where you ride and support your local Club!***